By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, July 26 (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday faced one of the last sticking points in a mammoth bill to shore up pensions -- whether to make it easier for financial firms to give workers advice on their retirement accounts. "We're still working on some language," said Sen. Charles Grassley, a key negotiator on the pension reform bill. Time was short to reach agreement, the Iowa Republican said. "I think we have to have" it done on Wednesday, Grassley ...
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